Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to join Jose Mourinho at UEFA Elite Coaches' Forum
Nov. 08, 2019
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will join Jose Mourinho and other elite coaches at a meeting in Switzerland on Monday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will join Jose Mourinho as well as other top European football managers at a meeting in Switzerland next week to discuss issues affecting European club competitions.
The United manager will be joined by the man he succeeded at Old Trafford for the UEFA Elite Club Coaches Forum on Monday, November 11 in Nyon, Switzerland, where the group will exchange views on the major issues affecting European club competitions.
The meeting will also give the coaches the chance to make proposals to UEFA which could benefit the game.
Other coaches attending are Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Zinedine Zidane, and Massimiliano Allegri - who has been tipped to one day replace Solskjaer at Old Trafford.
Mourinho has yet to accept another management job since his sacking by United last December so has not come up against Solskjaer in a professional capacity in a game.
But the Portuguese has been in attendance at Old Trafford as a pundit this season where he has passed judgement on United's poor start to the season.
Ahead of the draw against Liverpool, Mourinho had a thinly veiled dig at the Norwegian.
"I am going to try to get a job like Ole has at this moment in the future, which is to speak all the time about the future and then you are protected about the present.
"I think it's a great situation. He has a three-year contract, [it's all about] the future and the young players.
"And just at the end of his message [he said] results are important. I think it's a great job to do in such a giant club like Manchester United."
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